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Woman Found Alive in Body Bag at Funeral Home

A shocking incident recently occurred at an Alzheimer’s Special Care Centre in Iowa, USA, where a 66-year-old woman was mistakenly declared dead. According to a report from the Iowa Department of Inspections and Appeals, care workers believed that the woman...

The Mystery Behind Groundhog Day

Groundhog Day is a holiday celebrated in the United States and Canada on February 2nd each year. The holiday is based on a weather prediction made by a groundhog and has its roots in both ancient pagan customs and modern...

U.S. Intelligence Reports 366 New UFO Sightings Since 2021

The U.S. military and intelligence agencies gathered 366 reports of "unidentified aerial phenomena" (UAP), the military's terminology for UFOs, since March 2021. This was when the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) issued its preliminary assessment on...

US to Send Ukraine $1.85bn Military Aid Package and Patriot Missiles System

On Wednesday, President Joe Biden announced that Ukraine will receive a Patriot missile battery and up to $1.85 billion worth of military equipment and ammunition from the US. The announcement came amid Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's visit to Washington...

The Construction School Changing Lives in New York City

A unique construction school created by Greek-Americans is changing peoples' lives by providing new skills to unemployed and disadvantaged youth.

The Incredible Stories of Thousands of Greek Orphans Taken Abroad

Tens of thousands of ethnically-Greek orphans -- or, more often, children who were simply without fathers, due to war or other causes -- were taken abroad

Planes Crash Midair in Dallas During Air Show

Two historic military planes crashed after colliding with each other during a WWII airshow at Dallas Executive Airport on Saturday. The Dallas Air Show is a tradition in Texas. The largest event in its northern region takes place annually at...

Oligarchs: From Ancient Greece to Russia and the U.S.

The term "oligarch" has become commonplace in the wake of the war in Ukraine, but its roots date all the way back to ancient Greece. Oligarchs are extremely wealthy people who hold a large amount of power in their countries....

HOPE: A Greek-American Program Helping People in Need

Project HOPE (Humanitarian Outreach and Philanthropic Engagement) is a program launched by Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Chicago with the goal of feeding the city's most vulnerable residents. The aim is to reach out to Chicago's greater community. Project HOPE...

The Greek Painter Who Adorned US Capitol with Exquisite Art

The Greek-Italian painter, Constantino Brumidi, was one of the most influential artists who ever contributed his talents to the Capitol building in Washington, D.C. Brumidi, who had an Italian mother, was born in Rome, but his father was a Greek...